An amazingly written zine about volunteer work and travels in Tanzania. Olympia writer Alicia LeDuc does a beautiful job covering both the humor and tragedy of her adventures and painting a portrait of life in the rural third world. Within: poisonous snakes, dodgeball, the pipi mafia, malaria, deadly papayas, convent life, HIV clinics, town festivals, local music, and more.
92 pages, half-letter size, includes four pages of black and white photos from Tanzania.Currently out-of-stock. categories: